In the grey autumn of 1998, Michael (Kushan)and Chris (Kuja)sat on the concrete. They saw some moss in a crack of the concrete. Michael proceeded to pound them moss with the hammer, making a deathly thunk sound and hence the concept of Hammering Moss was born. Yet it would be 18 months before the band came together to begin recording some of the most riveting and controversial experimental music to date. The first recording set featured epics such as Hammering Moss, an introductory track for the band, and "Penguin Playing Guitar".
After this recording, the band took a break, to concentrate on studies. But a year or so later another recording set was made over a long period, with all the songs coming together later, to form the epic masterpeice known as "Esto Perpetua". This set had an even more epic, yet organic feel to it. A somewhat less light-hearted recording, this set gives an insighted into the daily life of the band, and a lot can be learnt from the members when listening to this set.
Then in late 2001, Kushan made a few personal recordings, which were then taken by the band, and mixed and distorted into a nightmare of deathly noise. This recording set became known as "The Pleng Collection: Distorted Dreams (Freak Accident?)". This, their most distorted and angry release yet is but a preview of there upcoming yet to be named album, which will most likely feature full length songs of epic proportions, while not letting go of the roots that hold Hammering Moss true to it's birth.